Is it normal to get nicotine withdrawl?

I quit smoking about two days ago and i've started to experience the withdrawl symptoms suddenly today. On the first two days I felt almost no different, other than being a little more impatient and more tired than usual. But today I have been having bad headaches all day and i feel like blowing up on people ovr very minor things. The first time I quit I didn't have any withdrawl from what I remember.

Is it normal?

Is It Normal?
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  • Hold strong, dude. Literally why I won’t quit is Bc everyone stresses me out and if kill someone if I didn’t have a fag to fall back on. Best of luck!

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    • Thank you. I only put off quitting until I secured my new job just because my old job was so stressful I felt like I was going to snap every day I worked.

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  • I quit smoking last year. It is normal to be angry and have withdraws or cravings. Keep up not smoking though. I don't even think about them anymore and find the smell disgusting. It is a habit I am glad to be rid of.

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  • My withdrawal symptoms include feeling dizzy, irritated and tired. It's hard to quit smoking, I've tried earlier this month and I failed miserably.
    You should be really proud of yourself. Hold on! Communicate how you feel with people you care so they know that your humour is not about them but because your body is lacking nicotine.

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  • I quit cigs before and the only symptoms I got was suddenly became really hungry during breakfast. Some peoples reaction are more severe. Stay strong as you will be heslyhier without it and drugs area crutch trust me.

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  • Normal.

    I punched a hole in the plaster during withdrawal.

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  • If it didn't cause that, it would not be the popular addictive chemical it is, and tobacco companies would make far less profit

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  • I don't remember having a lot of nicotine withdrawal, but I'm a weirdo so...

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    • I didn't really feel much of a withdrawl the first time I quit either. I'm not sure why I've been getting it so bad this time around, but it's starting to get better.

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  • This is why there are patches or other things to wean you off of nicotine.

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